Skeleton Key Alex Rider has been through a lot for his fourteen years He s been shot at by international terrorists chased down a mountainside on a makeshift snowboard and has stood face to face with pure evil T

  • Title: Skeleton Key
  • Author: Anthony Horowitz
  • ISBN: 9780142406144
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alex Rider has been through a lot for his fourteen years He s been shot at by international terrorists, chased down a mountainside on a makeshift snowboard, and has stood face to face with pure evil Twice, young Alex has managed to save the world And twice, he has almost been killed doing it But now Alex faces something even dangerous The desperation of a man whoAlex Rider has been through a lot for his fourteen years He s been shot at by international terrorists, chased down a mountainside on a makeshift snowboard, and has stood face to face with pure evil Twice, young Alex has managed to save the world And twice, he has almost been killed doing it But now Alex faces something even dangerous The desperation of a man who has lost everything he cared for his country and his only son A man who just happens to have a nuclear weapon and a serious grudge against the free world To see his beloved Russia once again be a dominant power, he will stop at nothing Unless Alex can stop him first Uniting forces with America s own CIA for the first time, teen spy Alex Rider battles terror from the sun baked beaches of Miami all the way to the barren ice fields of northernmost Russia Come along for the thrilling ride of a lifetime.

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    1. 3.5 stars.Gosh, this series is so addictive! Even if it's completely unrealistic. Even if Alex Rider should have died 50 times over at this point.Alex grows on you. I pity his situation of being an orphan but I admire the amount of strength he shows every day and especially during missions to save the world. Go Alex!

    2. This series is so addictive. Even if it’s completely unrealistic. Even if Alex Rider should have died more than fifty times in the past three volumes. But who cares? It’s so darn entertaining that who needs everything to reflect real life? At least it makes sense. That’s enough for me.Alex Rider is also very much enough for me. He is truly the hero in this series. Normally, in book series, you have multiple main characters, but in this one Alex Rider runs the show.The funniest thing is, he [...]

    3. Point Blanc = Point Blank (Alex Rider, #2), Anthony HorowitzPoint Blanc is the second book in the Alex Rider series, written by British author Anthony Horowitz. The book was released in the United Kingdom on September 3, 2001 and in North America on April 15, 2002, under the alternate title: Point Blank. The book opens with the death of American electronics billionaire Michael J. Roscoe in an elevator shaft in his New York City offices, arranged by a reputable contract killer known only as The G [...]

    4. Another book in the series, this book continues the journey of Alex Rider a 14 year old boy who is a spy for MI6 and is about to embark on is third mission.After reading this book i feel like this one lacked something the other two had and i feel like it was a let down for me and i hope the next book picks up the series again for me. Alex is this time taken to Cuba with to CIA agents to investigate General Sarov an evil man who is trying to get his evil plan that will change the world for the wo [...]

    5. Alex is doing a personal favor for Mr. Crawley when he sets off a chain of events that puts him in Skeleton Key, near Cuba, working for the CIA. The Third book in the Alex Rider series. The best Alex Rider book I Have read so far. I could not believe the ending i was actually confused. Liked it a lot. Alex Rider Adventure Skeleton Key Hardcover Anthony Horowitz

    6. This is my seventh Anthony Horowitz book and I noticed a couple of bold moves in the sudden change in his patterns. Some are good, some are craps.In the first two books of Alex Rider and in all the Gatekeepers books, his main villain always have some kind of physical deformities, creepy appearance and sometimes, even monstrous. I like these books but the villain pattern is getting tiring. Good thing that in Skeleton Key, he introduced us the General Alexeis Sarov, a sixty something years old Rus [...]

    7. Skeleton Key was a phenomenal book, and I couldn’t put it down. I loved everything about it; the action, the suspense and the twists to the plot. The only thing is that I read the series out of order. There was one main action part in the middle, and my favorite is at the end. One of the parts is in the middle, and it is when Alex, Carver, and Troy went Scuba diving for a possible underwater entrance to Sarov’s mansion. Carver and Troy (two Adults who work for the CIA) go down first. After a [...]

    8. Rating: 3.5*The Alex Rider series is a fun read although it is a bit far fetched at times (especially the parts where Alex a 14 year old boy manages to escape near death situations while his adult counterparts mostly fall victim to them)! Overall a fun read and quite action packed!

    9. Some unavoidable spoilers for Stormbreaker and Point Blanc are contained within this reviewAlex's third mission takes him out of his beloved Britain and onto a private island near Cuba to work with the CIA investigating General Sarov - a former Russian military leader whose has a insane plan to change the world with a bang!Skeleton Key was not Anthony Horowitz's finest piece of work. It lacked that special quality that the previous books of the Alex Rider series strived off. It isn't just kick-a [...]

    10. Rating: 3/5***Minor spoilers***I was pretty disappointed with this one. I really enjoyed Point Blank, but this book pretty much paled in comparison to it. Don't get me wrong, it was enjoyable enough, but it wasn't everything I was hoping for.This book begins shortly after Alex recovered from France and has started to go to school again. Alex gets sucked back into his work at M16 when he is asked to become a ballboy at Wimbledon so he can keep a look out for anything suspicious. After some unfort [...]

    11. I love the Alex Rider series, and upon reading this book, I was thrilled. It was always action-packed, and this book started to take a slightly darker mood, with more emotions and such. One of the things I love about the series is how REAL it is. In a fantasy book, because it is fantasy, writing realistically is always a big part. In other books with spy kids, they're always thrilled to be a spy and "putting themselves in danger". But Alex Rider is different. In the first two books, I always tho [...]

    12. The main characters in this book are Alex Rider; a 14 year old English school boy who was drafted by MI6 (British special forces) after his uncle was killed in action. Alex is also accompanied by his housekeeper and more or less guardian, Jack Starbright. There is also an evil villain in this book and his name is General Alexi Sarov. This guy was big in the Soviet Union and when they went down he lost everything including his only son. This is what caused him to hold Alex captive for much of the [...]

    13. The book "Skeleton Key" is a thrilling exciting novel. From the moment you open he book from the time you close it there is action all around. I ended up reading at separate time, taking a long break in between reading this and i regret it because the ending could have come any faster. Overall I was more than happy about the book and enjoyed every page I turned. I would recommend this book to anyone but mainly guys. Alex Rider is a 14 year old boy with fair hair and brown eyes, his parents were [...]

    14. I decided to read "Skeleton Key" by Anthony Horowitz because lots of my friends had read it and had said it was a great book. I had read the first book in the series before and I thought it was really good. The cover of the book isn't very exciting but the content inside the book definitely is.My favorite character in the book is Conrad. He is a really strange man with an eye to kill. Years before the book was set, Conrad was trying to sneak a bomb into a highly populated area when the bomb blew [...]

    15. Alex Rider has been through a lot in his life. He has been almost electrocuted by a giant jellyfish, been held prisoner twice, and has stood face to face with evil. But none of his prievous experiences will even come close to this one. One day after soccer practice, Crawley, a man who works for MI6, appears, asking Alex to be a ball boy and keep an eye on the Wimbledon tennis tournament and watch for anything supspicious, since there had been a break in. Immediately, he spots a guard who is up t [...]

    16. 3.5 For me, I think this one is the weakest in the series, if not simply the least memorable. I don't mind the formulaic plots, or the cliche spy movie stuff ('Before I kill you, I shall tell you my whole plan' etc) because that's the nature of this genre. It's 007 at age 14. But this book is altogether way too similar to the first book. The idealistic bad guy, the scarred sidekick, the plane ride of doom, the whole thing, really. We do of course meet Sabina, who is fun. And we get to see Alex d [...]

    17. Kids, especially boys, are going to love this series. It's a spy novel with a 14 year old boy as the hero (and I mean hero in all aspects *eye roll*) who saved the day world from a crazy military man who wanted to clean up the world with his nuclear bombs. Yes, a 14 year old boy saved the world.I appreciate the fun it presents but it didn't reel me in. It's a classic 'it's not you, it's me' dilemma. I own the whole series so I know I'll read the next books eventually. However, I'm not compelled [...]

    18. In Skeleton Key, Alex Rider is teamed up with the CIA on a mission to the island of Skeleton Key, the home of a Russian genral that has lost his life and son. The Russian genral also has a nuclear weapon.

    19. great book i am reading it right now it has a very interesting story line but it is kind of ridiculous that the spy is fourteen.

    20. This is the third book in the Alex Rider series.These Alex Rider books are spies books, basically Alex Rider, a 14 year old, is involved in missions, and has to play his part as spy there, even when he doesn't want to, when he just wants to be a normal kid, doing what normal kids should be doing.It's really interesting to see how he gets involved in all of that, because he lives in London and the MI6 sometimes finds missions in which Alex fits perfectly. Some agents hesitate because he is too yo [...]

    21. Imagine being a spy at the age of 13 or 14. Action, gadgets, and adventure! Sounds real cool doesn't it? But Alex Rider doesn't think so. Alex Rider has been shot at, been kidnapped, and has been stuck in all sorts of terrible mishaps, only at the tender age of 14! Imagine that! He makes us realize that fame, power, and strength all comes at a price: the assurance and guarantee of your safety. "Skeleton Key" by Anthony Horowitz, is the third installment in his series: Alex Rider. This book is fi [...]

    22. The third installment of the spy- adventure series "Alex Rider" comes in the suspenseful and gripping form of Skeleton Key. Teenager Alex Rider, the disinclined but prized spy of the MI6, is in trouble with the Chinese Triads- in order to save him, the MI6 have to get him out of the country, and this means that he will have to act as the cover for two CIA agents as they investigate Russian General Sarov on a private island near Cuba. Anthony Horowitz writes the story in his usual no- nonsense st [...]

    23. Skeleton Key is a thrilling story about a teen spy named Alex Rider who is back to save the world once again. This is the third book in Anthony Horowitz’s adventurous Alex Rider series. This book is 324 pages of adventure and mystery. The story starts off with Alex in London for the world renowned Wimbledon tournament. Alex is told to be disguised as a ball boy so that he can further investigate a Chinese gang that is suspected to be fixing tennis matches. Alex is able to stop the plot but he [...]

    24. Skeleton Key by Anthony Horowitz is one of the books in the series of Alex Rider. The story begins in England where Alex is given a mission, the story goes that Alex gets mixed up in a chinese triad operation(must read the book to find out who the triads are)and that he has to flee out of England if he does not want to get killed. Alex works at an english organization called MI6, but he is not a official agent for them because he dislikes them a lot. MI6 sends Alex to the CIA for his safety, but [...]

    25. Alex has just returned from a mission and he wants his life to get back to normal. Unfortunately, the M16 needs him again almost immediately – they want him to go undercover at Wimbledon. When he uncovers and foils a multimillion dollar gambling scheme (and takes out a member of the Big Circle – a Chinese gang), the Big Circle puts a hit out on him. M16 decides the safest place for Alex is on a CIA mission – to the Skeleton Key. He is placed with a couple of CIA agents and they are to pose [...]

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